Couple entrepreneurs should focus on complementary roles, respect and understanding to make their startup a success
When Kaushal Mehta and his wife Parul launched their first startup in the spring of 1998, both brought their complementary skills to the table besides their personal savings.
Ajay Misra (name changed) ran a profitable distribution business of firefighting...
Starting up a company works better if you learn from the mistakes of others
Starting up a company is no picnic. Veterans go by the adage, if anything can go wrong, it will. Even if you have a world-beating product, people may just not take you very seriously or partner you.
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